Auto-manufacturers have gone all in on electric vehicles, promising more models at a variety of price points for a variety of different drivers coming out right now and over the next several years. Nearly every mainstream manufacturer has EV models and plans to expand their line in the future. Why? The EV revolution was always
The most powerful Level 2 EV charger on the market—the IQ 200– has future-proofed the EVSE industry for years to come because of its revolutionary 80-amp charging capacity, allowing drivers to go further and charge faster than ever before, and enabling businesses to save thousands on EV chargers with downloadable updates that don’t require new
Welcome to the Year of the EV! According to Electrek.com, results of a survey show that nearly three in four U.S. drivers believe electric vehicles are “the future of driving.” It’s closer to 79% among EV drivers. While consumers become more interested in sustainable choices, it’s becoming easier than ever to own an EV.
The average EV driver knows that different levels of chargers charge electric vehicles (EV) at different rates. A Level One charger, which may come with the vehicle at point of purchase, can charge most vehicles overnight, during an 8-14 hour period, at a few miles per hour, but could take more than a day to
EVs always prove a better buy in the long run, but what if the there’s a car you wished was electric but it’s not? Another option is to convert an internal combustion engine into an electric one. Sound impossible? It’s not, and businesses have been quick to realize the opportunity and help you do just